Location: Huggins Science Hall, Acadia University Date: Sunday, November 17, 2013 Time: 2:00 pmPrice: $30.00 - Buy Now
Can I still eat that when we’re done with this session? One of the region’s top food stylists, will take us through all of the elements of a perfectly styled dish that tells its very own story. Lighting, props, glue guns, glycerine, tooth picks, brushes… yeah, you might not want to eat that after all. Just take the picture.
Debbie Arthurs Page, based in Halifax with twenty years of food styling under her apron. Before becoming a food stylist, Debbie was production manager for one of Atlantic Canada’s leading-edge advertising agencies. In 1991, she went on to manage a photography studio where more food was shot than in any other studio on the east coast of Canada. This is when Debbie became passionate about food styling. She furthered her training in Manhattan and Minneapolis and since then, has styled food and beverages for film, television, packaging, publishing and print — always bringing a high level of order and creativity to every assignment. And when things are quiet with food styling, she can be found following her other passions for yoga or, creating abstract art in her own art studio.
She has been a guest speaker for photography students at NSCC as well as other schools throughout the Province.